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Wonder Island needs its music comment, production information, and/or staff comments translated.

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Song Connections / Remixes

  • The character for ワンダーアイランド is based on the characters from the video of the beatmania IIDX song SPACE FIGHT.
    • F-FLY, who did the video for said beatmania IIDX song, drew 部下A/B as well.


  • T.Sakisaka's identity was revealed in pop'n music 20 fantasia's NAVIGATE MODE, as ワンダーアイランド was listed under the AKIRA YAMAOKA artist category.
  • ワンダーアイランド is Akira Yamaoka's only pop'n music song sung by himself.
  • Koushinkyoku (行進曲) means "march".
  • The character designs of 部下A and 部下B marks beatmania artist mainstay F-FLY's first contribution to pop'n music.
  • In the pop'n music data, ワンダーアイランド is named "gunka". Gunka is the Japanese term for military music.

Music Comment


Difficulty & Notecounts

pop'n music difficulty rated from 1 to 43 through pop'n music 20 fantasia, and 1 to 50 from Sunny Park onwards. (Ratings obtained from official Konami websites. Notecounts obtained from Pop'n Music Fever.)

Game Standard Battle
5 Button Normal Hyper EX Normal Hyper
Notecounts 339 339 760 965 339 452
pop'n music 13 カーニバル→20 fantasia 13 18 34 38 17 21
pop'n music Sunny Park→Present - 24 40 44 17 21
pop'n music 13 カーニバル CS 13 18 34 38 17 21

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